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Portuguese-born, Copenhagen-based songwriter Erika de Casier has announced her second album, Sensational, which comes out digitally on May 21 and physically July 23 via 4AD. The LP includes the previously released tracks ‘Drama’ and ‘No Butterflies, No Nothing’ as well as the new single ‘Polite’, which arrives with an accompanying video directed by de Casier. Check
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The pop star gave GQ a tour of his lair, where he’s been lounging and preparing for tours for the past year. By The Editors of GQ April 13, 2021 All products featured on GQ are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
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This morning Sheree Renee Thomas and Malka Older announced the nominees for this year’s Hugos, joined by Ulysses Campbell, the Treasurer of DC Advisory Neighborhood Commission 4C. The Hugo Awards have celebrated science fiction and fantasy since 1953. The 2021 Hugo Award Ceremony will take place at the 79th annual World Science Fiction Convention (WorldCon),
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Morgan Wallen says he’s been working on himself, and he’ll need to keep working on himself. He’s not going to play any live shows this summer, he says. Specifically referring to tour dates with Luke Bryan and scheduled festival dates, Wallen says he’s bowing out. “But it’s important to me personally, if you can, still go
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Two of the country’s major theatrical venues announced reopening plans today, with the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles and the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. set to house Broadway productions in November and October, respectively. In Los Angeles, the Ahmanson’s 2021-22 season will start later than previously announced – instead of an August opening with
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Following in the wake of Red State and Tusk, Kevin Smith returns to horror with Killroy Was Here, a horror-comedy creature anthology inspired by the “KilRoy Was Here” graffiti that was prominent during World War II. It’s been a bit since we’ve heard a peep about the movie, with the trailer releasing late last year, but today brings an interesting update.
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What would “Whiskey Lullaby” have sounded like if Dierks Bentley was the one to record it instead of Brad Paisley and Alison Krauss? Or what if Blake Shelton had been the one who made “The House That Built Me” famous instead of Miranda Lambert? Neither scenario is a far-fetched idea — both almost happened! Sometimes, a
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The first trailer for Dave Grohl‘s upcoming documentary about touring and vans, What Drives Us, has been released. The film, directed by Grohl and co-produced by Foo Fighters, features interviews with St. Vincent, Slash and Duff McKagan of Guns N’ Roses, AC/DC’s Brian Johnson, the Edge, Flea, Steven Tyler, Lars Ulrich, and more. Watch the trailer below.
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Roopa Pemmaraju announced its first foray into swimwear and resort wear with its collaboration with Canadian swimwear designer Beth Richards. Both brands take pride in their ethical and sustainable manufacturing practices – Beth in Canada and Roopa in India – and their empowerment ethos. Together, the collection brings women a consciously crafted swimwear line that’s unique, sophisticated,
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From creator Jeff Baena and executive producers the Duplass Brothers, Showtime has ordered up a new anthology series titled “Cinema Toast,” Variety reports tonight. This one sounds quite interesting, with “Cinema Toast” set to put a new spin on classic public domain movies including the late George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead. “The
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Whether it’s coming out of Nashville, New York, L.A., or points in between, there’s no shortage of fresh tunes, especially from artists who have yet to become household names. Rolling Stone Country selects some of the best new music releases from country and Americana artists. (Check out last week’s best songs.) Gary Louris, “Almost Home” The
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